- Report: M'sia-S'pore airspace dispute causing Firefly up to RM20m losses monthly Malaysiakini
- RM15 million and counting, Firefly needs quick end to Singapore dispute The Malaysian Insight
- Firefly projects losses of $6.6m due to flight suspension after Singapore-Malaysia airspace dispute The Straits Times
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The CEO of the Malaysia Aviation Group, of which the airline is a subsidiary, says a resolution is needed 'very quickly'.
Malaysia Airlines Group lauds diplomatic efforts to end aviation dispute but maintains its subsidiary must get back landing rights now.
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian carrier Firefly has projected that it will incur monthly losses of up to RM20 million (S$6.6 million) due to the suspension of its direct flights to Singapore following the airspace dispute between Malaysia and the Republic.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
We agreed that in future if there are problems, I can call Tuanku, says the prime minister.
JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - It was a drive down memory lane when Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar took the wheel of a first-generation Proton Saga and drove Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad to the Senai International Airport on Thursday (Jan 10).. Read more at straitstimes.com.